A Comparison Of Heroes In Beowulf And The Canterbury Tales

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Heroes, are everywhere. They are an aspect of our lives, culture and mind. This often leads us to ask what exactly a hero is. A hero is someone who has courage to do the things that they may not want to, they have the strength to pull through what they want or need to, and they are kind and compassionate to the end. That is what a true hero is, and that's what they will remain throughout time no matter how the challenges change. Heros have courage. The courage of heroes is seen many times throughout Beowulf and The Canterbury Tales. Courage is a hard trait to describe, but it is even harder to actually have true courage. Beowulf certainly shows courage throughout the book, and he is the hero of the book. One such example of him showing courage

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